Correct spelling for GADLY

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Possible correct spellings for gadly

  • Gale(Definition of gale)
  • Pushed by his friends, and stopping to expostulate at every step, mr. gale was thrust at last into mr. wragg's bedroom.

  • Gad(Definition of gad)
  • He raised the gad again, and he shouted vigorously.

  • Badly(Definition of badly)
  • "that'll do, then," she said; "i want it so badly."

  • Gaul(Definition of gaul)
  • But the gaul needed his aid no less urgently than his friend.

  • Gail
  • The aisle was almost blocked at that point by the tall form of dickson shumway, leaning on his cane, for his injured limb was none too strong yet, and peace purposely waited till she was directly behind him, when she said in a shrill, high voice, which made everyone look and listen, why, dr. shumway is going to marry my sister gail as soon as ever he can get her to settle the day.

  • Gaily(Definition of gaily)
  • It would have hurt her to find him at her own feet, but the bare thought of him at violet's-violet who had no mercy upon old or young, who would trample him underfoot without a pang and pass gaily on-that thought was unbearable.

  • Godel
  • Gladly(Definition of gladly)
  • "i shall very gladly do what i can for you, my dear.

  • Gaudily(Definition of gaudily)
  • As a preparatory initiation ordeal he had to parade the principal business streets of kingsport for a whole day wearing a sunbonnet and a voluminous kitchen apron of gaudily flowered calico.

  • Godly(Definition of godly)
  • Gadfly(Definition of gadfly)
  • Once a shell came up from the ground, and burst between pursuer and pursued, and a gleam of fierce hope shot through the lad's heart as he saw the french "75" making good practice against the vicious little gadfly.

  • Gall(Definition of gall)
  • Heracles drew his bow and he shot the horses with the unerring arrows that were dipped with the gall of the hydra he had slain.

  • Giddily(Definition of giddily)
  • Swaying giddily in a crazy pattern upon the white floor of the veranda, was the shadow of the rose, the plaything of every passing wind.

  • Gala(Definition of gala)
  • They invade our rooms, turn us out, sprinkle us, turn everything topsy-turvy; for them it is a gala day; they are like bacchantes of cleanliness; the madness grows as they wash."

  • Goodly(Definition of goodly)
  • Galley(Definition of galley)
  • Salammbo was then coming down the galley staircases.

  • Madly(Definition of madly)
  • Gael(Definition of gael)
  • This prosper gael who had stood behind the footlights, this prosper gael at whom joan, from some unknown cause, had sprung like a woman maddened by injury, was a person entirely strange to pierre.

  • Gaudy(Definition of gaudy)
  • When the gaudy ship left the gardens of the paneum and turned into the canopic way, the crowd pursued it in a dense mass, hallooing and shouting.

  • Sadly(Definition of sadly)
  • Gal(Definition of gal)
  • Me and the wife want her to move up here on the hill where she'd be safe, but not that ole gal.